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Mexico to ban junk food from schools to fight fat

Mexico is looking to battle the bulging waistlines of its children by banning the sale of junk food in its schools, including many of the traditional treats generations of kids have grown up with.


Golden oldies get dusted off for new wave of restaurant marketing

The quest for customers is prompting some chains to think retro.

As the nation begins to emerge from recession, restaurants are seeing lapsed customers return. Same-store sales are inching up, signaling the industry’s initial rebound to health; hiring is also up, signaling positive expectations for 2011.

Chains are celebrating the tortilla-wrapped icon with a variety of themed deals.

Launched in late 2011, the free Chefs Feed app for iPhone and iPad has quickly become a favorite with chefs and their fans, registering more than 100,000 users in less than a year.

Between brokering deals, managing employees, pleasing customers and weathering the ups and downs of running a business—or multiple businesses—in an uncertain and challenging economy, running restaurants is not for the feeble. Here's how some of the busiest industry leaders say they stay sane.

Delays that pile up over a service period not only diminish the guest experience, they can result in lost profits. Savvy operators are taking steps to pick up the pace.

As shoppers prepare to drop major dough online, restaurant brands angle for a piece of the spending spree.

Domino's and Del Taco post numbers suggesting they've dodged the worst of it.

The chain has promoted its chief brand officer to the post.

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